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I recently an article in which one of my favorite columnists, William Safire, explores the use of ;generation; in a litany of literary references to American writers. He begins with Hemingways ation of ;lost generation; and then explores other references throughout recent history.近来,我读到一篇关于我最喜欢的专栏作家威廉·萨菲尔的文章。文章探究了“一代”在美国作家连载文学参考中的使用。 他开头引用了海明威的“迷惘的一代”,然后回顾了近代出现过该词的文章。This massive amount of repetition of ;generation; in the column by Mr. Safire ought to have aly driven home the point. We all belong to specific generations, and cultures and eras tend to identify, mark and classify us according to our age and time on this planet.在萨菲尔先生的专栏里大量重复使用“generation”这个词,这应该已经揭示出了文章的观点主题。我们都属于特殊的一代,每一代均有自己特定的文化,并且在这个星球上,历史新纪元趋向于根据我们的年龄和时代把我们进行鉴别,分级和分类。What about my generation? I am a baby-boomer. I grew up in the light of Dr. Martin Luther King and the Kennedys, and under the shadow of the Vietnam War. I have always believed in hope. If asked, I would say that I belong to the Generation of Hope.我们这一代呢?我是在生育高峰期出生的人。我成长在马丁路德金和肯尼迪家族的光环下,也成长在越战的阴影里。我总是相信希望。如果别人问我,我会说自己属于“希望的一代”。When I was young, I was convinced there was more good in the world than evil. I still believe that. I thought then and still think that one person can make a difference.我年轻时深信世上善大于恶,且现在依旧相信。以前我认为每个人都能做出一件不同凡响的事,现在仍然持这种观点。Hope is taking some very hard knocks these days. Hope may be down at the moment, but it is far from out. Many of us are hopers. We know to which generation we belong.这些天希望不断的被提及。有时候希望会很渺茫,但是它不会消失。我们中的大多数都是希望者。我们知道自己属于哪一代。原文译文属!201208/196122A MAN walks into a conference room at the W hotel in downtown Austin. The setting, sleek and hushed, says business. The trainers;red, puffy, and paired with a sports coat;add a wink: new business.一名男士步入了奥斯汀市中心W酒店的会议室。那里的环境井然有序且安静,一派职场气象。但是男士脚穿的红色蓬松运动鞋和身上的运动外套却在这派气象上加上了一种特殊意味:新型商务。;There are crazy awesome start-ups happening in every nook and cranny in this country,; says Scott Case, the man in question. He is the boss of the non-profit Start-up America Partnership, which means to help fledgling entrepreneurs by smoothing their access to private-sector money and mentoring. The idea is that as these young companies grow, they will create jobs;new jobs, good jobs;and related economic activity that enriches the entire community. Some of the start-ups may even be ;gazelles;, companies that grow by leaps and bounds.;在这个国度的每个角落里,每个缝隙间,都蕴藏着疯狂惊人的新建公司创业事迹。;斯科特凯斯说道。他是非盈利性新创企业美国合伙人公司的老板,这意味着他帮助刚刚起步的企业家们融通私营企业资金,并进行相关指导。(其中的)理念在于,当这些年轻的公司逐步成长,它们将提供许多工作(新工作岗位,好工作岗位)以及丰富整个社会的相关经济活动。新创公司中有一些甚至成了;羚羊;,这些公司的成长是跨越式的。Last year the Kauffman Foundation, a think-tank focused on entrepreneurship (and which provided initial funding for Mr Casersquo;s partnership), released a report explaining that new firms typically create about 3m jobs in America each year. Between 1980 and 2005 they contributed some 40m net new jobs;as many as the countryrsquo;s entire private sector managed over that time.去年,一家专注于创业的智囊机构;考夫曼基金会(最初是它提供给凯斯先生合伙人公司的初始资金);发布了一份报告宣称,新公司一般地为美国每年创造提供了300万的岗位工作。1980年至2005年间,这些新创公司提供了将近4000万新的岗位,与当时的美国全部私有部门管理的职位数一样多。So people are keen to help. Barack Obama announced a start-up initiative at the beginning of last year, and last month he renewed the call. Congress is considering a bipartisan Start-up Act that could provide some tax credits, regulatory exemptions, and so on. Regional economic development groups have taken up the idea of economic ;gardening;. The philosophy there is that regions should focus on core strengths and home-grown businesses, rather than squabbling with their neighbours in an effort to win a new car plant.如此而来,人们都热衷于援助新创企业。巴拉克bull;奥巴马去年年初公布了一项新创公司动员计划,并于上个月修改了该项提议。美国国会正考虑一项两党新创公司法案,该法案可以提供一些税务减免和日常减免等等。区域经济发展团已经采纳了该理念,即经济型;园林管理;。这个层面上体现出的哲理是,地方上应当聚焦(自己的)核心竞争力以及土生土长原汁原味的生意,而不是和他们的邻里们为了争一个新汽车工厂而喋喋不休。This is mostly sensible. Many of the proposals mooted for start-ups;expanding the number of visas for highly skilled immigrants, for example;are generally sound. And some start-ups do turn out to be gazelles. Next month, for example, will mark five years since Twitter came to national attention at SXSW, Austinrsquo;s annual internet festival.这大致是明智的。很多的建议书提出了对新创公司的讨论,例如扩大高技能移民们的签数量,一般来说都很不错。确实一些新创公司转变成为了;羚羊;。例如,下个月将标志着Twitter公司在奥斯汀年度网络盛会;;西南偏南节上成为国民聚焦企业的五周年纪念日。Still, there is cause for caution. For one thing, there is some ambiguity over what sort of companies the policymakers are trying to promote. Mr Obama talks about ;start-ups and small businesses;. Private-sector people, however, seem to have less interest in the latter. They would rather live in Silicon Valley than on Main Street. But high-tech concepts are not the only viable business ideas. The Austin metro area, for example, is home to just two Fortune 500 companies, Dell and Whole Foods; both, oddly, were founded in the early 1980s by dropouts from the local university.然而,还是需要小心谨慎。一方面来说,政策制定者们尝试促进的那类公司仍有点含糊不清。奥巴马先生高谈;新创企业和小生意;。然而,私营企业业主他们更关注硅谷的高科产业,而对小型普通商业不太感兴趣。但是,高科技理念不是唯一的可行商业理念。比如,奥斯汀地铁站区域是财富五百强中两大骄子Dell(戴尔)和Whole Foods(全食公司)的家乡,奇怪的是,二者都是当地大学退学学生在1980年早期办起来的。Another issue is that the effects of start-ups on employment may be modest. Perhaps as a result of the recession, the number of new companies that actually employ people is declining. The cohort of companies born in , according to Kauffman, created only 2.3 million jobs.另一个问题在于新创公司的影响力对于雇佣员工来说不是很大。也许由于经济不景气的原因,新公司实际上雇佣的人数正在下降。据考夫曼基金会的报道,年诞生的一群公司仅仅提供了230万工作岗位。Last month the White House invited Mike Krieger, the co-founder of Instagram, to attend the state-of-the-union message to show off Americarsquo;s fastest-growing social mobile start-up. ;What began as a small, two-person start-up working out of a pier in San Francisco has grown to a dozen employees,; Mr Krieger wrote. Even the bigger companies may not be labour-intensive. There is a danger that start-up jobs will be the next variant of ;green jobs;: worthwhile, but slightly overhyped.上个月,白宫邀请了Instagram公司的联合创始人Mike Krieger参加国情咨文,炫耀着美国增长速度最快的手机行业新创公司。 Krieger 先生写道:;刚开始,一个在旧金山码头运营的两人合伙小公司,逐渐变成了十几个员工的公司。;虽然比这更大的公司都可能不是劳动密集型企业的。潜在的危机在于,新创公司提供的工作岗位将成为下一个变质的;绿色工作;:很值,但稍稍有点浮夸了。201203/173251

I am Bear Grylls. Ive served with the British Special Forces. Ive climbed to the summit of Everest and crossed the frozen oceans of the Arctic. Now, Im in the Australias outback, a vast wilderness. Five million visitors come here every year to see these rugged lands. Hundreds need rescuing. Im gonna show the skills needed to survive out here.我是Bear Grylls。我曾在英国特种部队役。我曾登上珠穆朗玛峰顶,横跨过严寒的北冰洋。现在的我处在澳大利亚内陆—一片辽阔的荒野里。每年有500万的游客来这里游览观看这片崎岖的山地。其中成百人需要被营救。我将为你们展示走出这片荒野的求生技巧。Im flying over western Australia in a region called the Kimberley. Its an area the size of California. Yet only 30,000 people live here and most of those by the coast. This place is wild. The outback has an extreme climate. For eight months of the years, it never rains and it can get up to 130 degrees. Now its the wet season and its even tougher. Humidity is often a hundred percent, which makes the temperatures feel even more unbearable. The Aussies call it the suicide season. Of the thousands of the hardcore tourists who come here, 40 lose their lives every year to heat, snakes and cyclones. They say if you get lost out here with no survival skills, theres a 75-percent chance youll die.现在我正飞过澳大利亚西部一个叫做金伯利的地区。这个地区面积与美国加州差不多。这里人口稀少,只有3万人,大多数人沿海居住。这是片荒凉的内陆地区,气候也很极端。一年有8个月不下雨,温度最高可达130度。现在这个季节较潮湿,但这却令气候更加恶劣。湿度常常到达百分之百,加上高温,实在这令人难以忍受。澳洲人称这个季节为“自杀季节”。每年来此地旅游的坚定的游客中,每1000人就有40人死于中暑,毒蛇和飓风。据他们说,如果你在这里迷路,而且不懂任何救生技巧的话,那么75%的可能就是死亡。But Im gonna show how you can survive in this harshest of environments. If needed, Ill get some help from local experts and a camera crew will follow me.但是我将为你们展示如何在最恶劣的环境中求生。如果有需要,我会向当地的专家寻求帮助,并且会有一个摄影队跟随着我。201206/185538

Hey everyone, today on Help Desk, we’re talking about good ways to help pick student loans that are the right fit for you. With me to help us to do that, Stacy Francis and Lynnette Khalfani-Cox. Well, let’s take a listen to this question.大家好,欢迎来到今天的帮助台。今天我们将要讨论一些能够帮助学生挑选适合自己贷款的方法。与我一起完成这一任务的,有 Stacy Francis 和 Lynnette Khalfani-Cox先生。现在,我们来听一听这个问题?Whats the best way to choose my student loans?选择学生贷款的最好方法是什么?So consider who thats coming from, pretty young guy, may be just going into college or in college. You know, hes probably looking at, you know, federal loans versus private.我们得考虑这些可能正要上大学或已在大家的年青人们来自于哪里。你知道,他可能自已正在考虑这些因素,联邦贷款和私人贷款的不同。Right. And beyond the shadow of doubt, he should absolutely look at federal loans first before he even thinks about private student loans. The reason is that federal student loans have lower interest rates, 3.4% right now for the Stafford Loan. They have loan forgiveness options, they have better deferment and forbearance options as well. So, anybody would tell you that you really should go to the federal loan market first. The problem is that a lot of students and their families, they’re behind the eight balls, so to speak, they fill out application there, they get accepted to the college of their choice, they just think I wanna be able to pay for school and theyll just go for private loan immediately.是的。 毫无疑问,在考虑私人学生贷款之前,绝对应当首先考虑联邦贷款。原因是联邦学生贷款的利率较低,斯坦福大学的贷款利率目前为3.4% 。联邦贷款拥有贷款宽恕选项,以及更优惠的延期和延缓还款选项。因此,许多机构会告诉你,你首先应当去联邦贷款市场。问题在于许多学生和他们的家庭,他们处于不利地位,也就是说,他们只填手头有的表格,接受他们所能选择的大学的贷款条件。他们仅仅认为,我(家长)能够付得起学费,他们(孩子们)很快就有能力还款。Yeah.是的。You really should not do that.其实,真的不应该这么做。One of the things I would add my tongue. Look at work-study program as well. I actually did that and at work while I was studying at college. And it helps pay for a good amount of my tuition and also gave me some extra money too. So therere other ways you can think about that, looking at you know other grants in financial. Its amazing the number of grants and opportunities out there. They go on fulfilled that free money sitting there. So loan is not the first thought that should be the last resort.我可以用其中一件事情补充我的看法。也可以利用工作+学习的方法。当我在大学学习的时候,我就边读书打工,它帮我付了相当大一部分学费,而且还让我有余钱可花。还有一些你可以想到的其他办法,比如寻找其他金融助学金之类的。助学金的金额和机会可能会让你大吃一惊。学生一边完成学业,一边享受免费的助学金。因此,贷款应该不是优先选择的,而是万不得已的办法。Very good point. Look at when youre going to school to look at any instant options that are good all states think that is a propensity.非常好的主意。当你要上大学时,除了所有州所倾向性的作法,想一想其他的选择。That’s right.是这样的。We have really good schools. Thank you both. If you got a question you want our experts to tackle, just upload a 30-second with your helpdesk question at iReport.com.我们有许多非常好的学校。谢谢二位。如果你们有问题想让我们的专家帮助解决,请在iReport.com上传30秒的关于你的问题的视频。 201211/210932

Still in Books and Arts; Book Review;Tax reform in America;A simple bare necessity;文艺;书评;美国税改;必须做的一件事;The Benefit and the Burden: Tax Reform—Why We Need It and What It Will Take. By Bruce Bartlett.《效益与负担:税改——我们为什么需要税改,推行税改需要什么》。布鲁斯·巴特利特著。Few subjects match tax reform for economic importance and utter lack of sex appeal. With a government bleeding red ink, an ageing population and growth lagging, reform is back on Americas political agenda. Bruce Bartlett, a supply-side economist, tax expert and former adviser to President Reagan, is among those best equipped to help navigate the murky terrain. Mr Bartlett held influential economic positions during the countrys last great spasm of reform in the 1980s, but he is now held an apostate by many Republicans, for whom the only acceptable tax changes are cuts. His balanced, well-researched primer on Americas tax system, “The Benefit and the Burden”, will not endear him further to ideologues, but it is a refreshing entrée to a difficult subject.很少有话题能像税收改革那样具有经济意义,也很少有话题能像税收改革这样枯燥无味。政府赤字还在增加,人口老龄化还在加剧,经济增长依然迟缓,税收改革又重新回到美国的政治议程。一些人秣马厉兵帮助美国共渡难关,供应学派经济学家布鲁斯·巴特莱特就是其中的一位,他是一位税务专家,曾在里根政府里担任顾问。在上世纪80年代的美国改革阵痛中,巴特莱特先生确立了他在经济领域的重要地位,然而现在许多共和党人视他为“叛徒”,因为唯一可以接受的税改方案因他而被删除。他那本结构平衡、条分缕析介绍美国税制的普及读本《福利及税负》不再使他更受理论家的追捧,但把这本书当作一个困难话题的“开口小菜”倒是不错。The books no-nonsense approach to tax policy proves surprisingly engaging. Mr Bartlett walks ers through discussions on income and spending—basic concepts made baffling within the context of the tax code. He offers a dose of history and the useful perspective of a seasoned Washington hand. Americas labyrinthine tax rules are hardly the product of intelligent design, he explains. The popular deduction for home-mortgage interest that helped create suburban America, for example, was not adopted to boost home-ownership but included quite innocently in a 1913 income-tax law that spared interest of any kind. Where economics has useful things to say about tax Mr Bartlett is quick to cite research. And he is prepared to let empirical analysis speak for itself.该书对税收政策的讲述比较严肃,后经明这是一种引人入胜的方式。巴特莱特先生让读者领会了财政收问题,在税收法典中这些基本概念常让人感到困惑。他提供的是一剂历史良药,他提供给读者的是身经百战的政府官员才能具备的有用视角。巴特莱特先生解释说,美国的税收规则如迷宫一般,几乎不是智慧设计的产物。例如,帮助美国郊区快速发展的按揭贷款利息扣除的流行做法,就没有被采用以提高住房的自有率,但却被十分天真地写到美国1913年所得税法当中,按照该方法,各类利息都可以免除。经济学中谈及税收的有用章节都会很快被巴特莱特先生引用。他准备让经验分析自己明这一切。Mr Bartletts critique of Americas tax system is that it creates a deceptive picture of the influence of government, and is far too costly. On revenues as a share of GDP, Americas government looks small relative to its European peers. The difference is illusory. European health spending shows up on the governments ledgers whereas Americas tax preferences for health insurance do not. But the government intervention is there all the same. In 2012 the deduction for employer-provided insurance cost some 4 billion, or roughly 3% of GDP. Include these “tax expenditures” in the budget, Mr Bartlett says, and Americas state looks as bloated as any in Europe. Net social spending rises to 27.2% of GDP—above the level in Italy and Denmark and higher than the OECD average.巴特莱特先生对美国税制提出批评,认为它制造了一种政府影响力的假象,而且成本太高。看上去美国税收收入与GDP之间的比率比欧洲国家要低。两者之间的区别是不真实的。欧洲国家的保健出在政府账上显示为增加,而美国健康保险的税收优惠却没有增加。但美国和欧洲国家政府的介入一直是一致的。2012年,雇主提供的保险成本扣除数为4340亿美元左右,约占GDP的3%。巴特莱特先生表示,包括这些预算中“税收出”在内,美国的状况看起来与欧洲任何国家一样庞大。社会净出增加到GDP的27.2%,超过了意大利和丹麦,也高于经合组织的平均水平。It is also needlessly costly, riddled with quirks of the sort that allow Warren Buffett, an American billionaire, and the Republican presidential contender, Mitt Romney, to pay a lower average tax rate than many poorer households. Rates should be cut, Mr Bartlett argues, but one must also broaden the tax base, leaving few loopholes through which revenue might escape. The value-added tax (VAT) that is common in Europe is a better way. VAT is a tax on consumption; firms receive credits for tax paid on business supplies. The structure improves compliance and efficiency. Europe raises more money than America at less cost to growth; some high-tax countries like Denmark outperform America in real growth per head.也不必说它的成本高昂了,有很多奇怪的制度设计使得美国亿万富翁巴菲特、共和党总统竞争者罗姆尼比许多贫困家庭付的税率还要低。巴特莱特先生认为,税率应该降低,但税基必须扩大,使得收入没有太多的漏洞可钻。欧洲普遍实施的增值税就是一个比较好的方法。增值税是一种消费税,公司收到供应商的货物,也就收到了的税收信用,这种设计能够加强人们对税法的遵守,能够提高效率。欧洲比美国的税收更高,而税收成本增长更小。像丹麦这样的高税收国家,人均实际增长比美国要好。Mr Bartlett favours the introduction of VAT, but reckons that politics will make this hard to do. It is doubly abhorrent to Republicans, who oppose any new taxes, and who fear that the “painless” efficiency of VAT may make the American government too eager to spend. Democrats, on the other hand, worry that VAT will harm low-income households relative to income tax, which is more progressive. European welfare states often rely on tax systems that are flatter than Americas, using welfare spending to smooth out inequities.巴特莱特先生倾向于引进增值税,但他认为美国政治将为这个问题增加难度。也会增加共和党的憎恶,因为他们反对任何新的税种,他们担心增值税的“无痛”功效可能促使美国政府急于花钱。另一方面,民主党则担心增值税会损害到与所得税这个更先进的税收相关的低收入家庭的利益。欧洲福利国家常依靠比美国更低的税收制度,使用福利出来弥合社会不公。Americas politics seem ill-prepared for such reforms. Democrats, riding populist outrage at the rich, want to protect the welfare state and pay for it through tax rises on the wealthy. On the right, well-heeled Americans fume that nearly half of all households pay no federal income tax. Mr Bartletts political diagnosis is perhaps the books least satisfying aspect. Little will be accomplished until congressional Republicans are willing to compromise, he writes, and Americas best chance may be to elect a reform-minded Republican president and a Democratic Congress—and to hope. In the end, the weaknesses in Americas tax code are not half as debilitating as those in its politics.面临税制改革,美国政府似乎准备不足。民主党将平民主义的愤怒发泄到富人身上,他们想要保住福利制度,通过对富人增税解决这个问题。在右派这边,富有的美国人愤怒地说,将近一半的美国家庭不缴联邦所得税。巴特莱特先生对美国政治的诊断也许是该书是不能令人满意的地方。他在书中写道,除非国会中的共和党人愿意作出妥协,否则很难取得进展,美国最好的局面可能是,由一位具有改革精神的共和党人做总统,由民主党人领导国会。他希望如此。最后,美国税典中的缺点所带来的负面影响远不及美国政治大。 /201212/217089

And did any man ever show as much affection for his trusty boots as Vincent years later went on to show.而且多年之后,文森特的靴子也被用去展览。There aint a lady living in the land.不是一位女士住在这片土地上。As Id swap for my dear old Dutch,我是去寻觅我的亲爱的荷兰旧交。There aint a lady living in the land.不是一位女士住在这片土地上。As Id swap for my dear old Dutch,我是去寻觅我的亲爱的荷兰旧交。Stokesschool in Isleworth turned out to be another no hoper.斯托克斯在艾尔沃斯的学校变成了另外一处更没有希望的地方。But just down the Twickenham Road was another boy school run by the Reverend Thomas Slade-Jones, a congregational minister, the first man ever to understand fully Vincents religious passion.但城市道路的下面是由会众部长牧师托马斯·斯莱德·琼斯开设的另一间男生学校,牧师曾经第一个充分理解文森特的宗教热情。The reverend was one of the few heroes of Vincents life.牧师是文森特生命中为数不多的英雄之一。He gave him a job at this school and paid him.他给他在这个学校的一份工作并付酬劳。It was in this house that Vincents frantic Bible ing and growing religious mania finally found an outlet.在这所房子里,文森疯狂的阅读圣经而且他不断增长的宗教狂热终于找到出口。He decided he wanted to be some sort of missionary.他决定他想成为某种传教士。Teaching wasnt enough for him.教学并不能使他满足。He thought about going up north to work among the poor in the dark satanic mills.他想过要到北部在黑暗的穷人作坊中工作。But there was quite enough poverty to be getting on with in London where a man with a religious mission could find plenty to do.但在伦敦贫困足够让一个有着宗教信仰的男人找到很多可做的事情。注:听力文本来源于普特201208/194978

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